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very much. That's all from the BBC News at Six. Goodbye

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How Derby artist Paul Cummins caught the mood of a nation.

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It is not a fun thing that H produce, it is something th`t has a

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meaning behind it, and it h`s a big meaning for a lot of people. Also

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tonight, helping the victims of Gaza. And ten years on, the legacy

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of dance. And uncovering thd secrets of a lost manor house.

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First tonight, a quarter of a million ceramic poppies have

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been sold in just one week `s part of a World War One commemor`tion.

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Almost 900,000 poppies are being planted at the Tower of London, each

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Today, the Derbyshire artist behind the project said he'd been

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overwhelmed by the response, as Geeta Pendse reports.

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A work of art, a memorial, but also a fundraising effort.

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Pouring out of the Tower of London, last week,

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the first instalment of cer`mic poppies were officially revdaled to

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They are hoped to raise millions of pounds for charity,

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but no one predicted just how quickly the poppies would sdll.

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At his studio in Derby, the artist Paul Cummins has been

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amazed at how the public have embraced the project, with 250, 00

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It is quite a shock that so many people have got behhnd it.

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It is not a fun thing that H produce, it is something th`t has

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a meaning behind it, and it has a really big meaning for lots of

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people, and I'm really happx that people are actually wanting them.

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Each poppy is sold for ?25 with the net proceeds split

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?2.50 from everybody goes to charhty,

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so if we sell all of them, that is ?2.5 million, of course if we sell

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all of them as well, all thd net proceeds will also go to ch`rity.

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Now, we're being little bit coy about that, because we're still

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making them, we are still btilding them at the moment, but that could

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be many millions of pounds by the time that we're finished

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With orders coming in from `ll of the world,

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with people of all nationalhties buying the poppies, Paul saxs it is

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Anybody comes along and does it they build their own little part

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There was people from Vietnam came over to do it

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and they were really, reallx passionate how it went in and people

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The team in Derby continue to produce poppies around the clock.

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The last poppy will be planted on Remembrance Day.

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Why do you think this has so captured the nation's imagination?

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Apart from the initial visu`l impact, which is incredible, I think

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it is because it is a work hn progress, that anyone can bd a part

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of, whether it is planting ` poppy, or just witnessing this work of art

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grew and grew every week and month leading up to November. I think the

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most significant part is thd fact that each poppy represents one

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fallen soldier, and so as it grows, essentially you understand the

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significance of the First World War, and the death toll. It is

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wonderful that you can buy them and everyone can be a part of it. Thank

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you. On to a different kind of conflict,

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now. Hospitals

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in the East Midlands are collecting thousands of items of medic`l kit to

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send to war`torn Gaza. They're appealing for equiplent

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the NHS says it no longer ndeds The first consignment was sdnt out

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today from hospitals in Derby Our Health Correspondent Rob Sissons

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reports. They say it is kicked the NHS no

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longer wants, but Gaza needs. We have seen it on the televishon with

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the children with their Intdrnet eyes. At Kingsmill, they have

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collected hundreds of items in just a couple of days. We are told it is

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things that the NHS would h`ve thrown away. We have looked hard

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into what we had. I think that the controls are very tight now. We are

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very diligent at what we acpuire and how we use it, so it is onlx the

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things that are past their date and was perhaps opened up or not used,

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or even samples that we werd given by various couples `` companies

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They hope this will save lives. I am very proud. We pride ourselves in

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our courses care of opening things, and so I was really thinking, we

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would not have that much, btt when I searched around, we have got many

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expired things and things that we have been given by companies.

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Nightly television images of the devastation in Gaza prompted a

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surgeon in Derby to do something. He set about getting Derby hospitals to

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gather unwanted equipment and encouraged other hospitals to get

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involved. A few people have raised the political question and `sking

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whether we should be getting involved. From my point of view

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working with a wide range of charities, this is not about

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politics at all, it is purely as as medical caring professionals with

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the duty of care, trying to alleviate the suffering of fellow

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human beings. Here, 35,000 htems collected in Derby are off on the

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first leg of the journey to Gaza. It is hoped international charhties

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will get the eight through. For the children, some toys.

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The parents of a Derbyshire student who was stabbed to death last week

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in Borneo say they "cannot believe what has happened".

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22`year`old Neil Dalton frol Ambergate was a medical student

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His parents Jan and Phil sahd in a statement, "Neil was a caring,

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thoughtful and witty young lan, who never thought twice

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He achieved so much and madd so many friends.

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Four men have been arrested for murder.

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Police in Borneo say they've admitted the crime.

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Police say they're growing increasingly concerned for the

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welfare of a 13`year`old girl who is missing from her home in Nottingham.

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Elisha May Swinscoe was last seen at around 3.30pm yesterday

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afternoon and is thought to have been heading into the city centre.

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Officers say her family are very worried and want Elisha herself

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or anyone with information to get in touch.

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Health bosses in Nottinghamshire are consulting over plans to close four

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mental health hospital wards and a residential unit.

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Two wards could close at thd Queen's Medical Centre and two at the City

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Hospital along with the Enrhght Close rehabilitation unit in Newark.

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Nottinghamshire Healthcare says better community services

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A six week public consultation begins today.

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Still to come ` a lost medidval manor house gives up its secrets.

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Archaeologists working in Leicestershire find artefacts

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from a house that vanished from maps in the 18th Century.

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Some estimates put the shortfall in the East Midlands at mord than

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But they're not making any new land ` so more

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and more councils are looking at greenbelt and that's controversial.

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Fairham Pastures is Rushcliffe Borough Council's development

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Up to 3000 new homes will be built there.

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In Leicestershire, Blaby District Council is overseeing the bhggest

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single development in the county ` 4000 homes at Lubbesthorpe.

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Amber Valley Borough Council has started asking local people

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for their views on plans to build 2,500 new homes,

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400 of which will be at Quarndon from where Jo Healey reports.

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To people in Kedleston, it is a beautiful

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heritage site. To Amber Valley planners, it is a possible plot for

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400 homes. Today, they started to consult. I don't think it is

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suitable. These schools are all over subscribed and traffic is

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horrendous. Most residents `round this area knew nothing about this

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proposed project. We think the infrastructure is not going to take

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these houses. This is Amber Valley, shown here at the consultathon.

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Now, the green patches show land that is already in the pipeline

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that could be built on, places like Ripley and cinder hill. If they were

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built on, that would amount to 850 new homes. What today is all about

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are the blue patches. You c`n see those places like Summer Coves, and

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Kedleston. If they were built on, that would amount to 2700 more

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homes. So the total if all of this was built on, would be 7630 new

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houses in Amber Valley. The council are proposing to build 1600 houses

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in Codner, within one mile of the village centre, and all of that is

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going to be on green belt l`nd. I mean, it would be a disaster for our

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area, because it would urbanise the whole area. This would go from being

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a one`road village to the cdntre of the city, but without the

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infrastructure. Can you prolise people and give them a full

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assurance that you will listen to their concerns, because thex have

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many? I can, and what will happen is that when this consultation

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exercise is over we will be doing a report to the council. That will set

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out all of the concerns that have been raised.

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Before we finalise any decisions, we will make sure we take everxbody

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into account. The consultathon will run for four weeks.

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A charity set up in memory of a murdered schoolgirl has helped

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thousands of young people to sing and dance.

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It's almost ten years since Danielle Beccan was shot dead as she walked

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Danielle was a keen performdr, and now hundreds of thousands

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of pounds in grants are helping young people to follow her dreams.

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Our Social Affairs Correspondent, Jeremy Ball,

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Meet the choir that performs using pedal power.

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A bicycle`powered PA system that was funded by the

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It has allowed these singers with learning disabilities to perform

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They want people to see that they are good at things so, by m`king us

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a little bit more independent and being able to provide

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our own equipment, we can more or less set up when and where we want.

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We couldn't actually hear otrselves singing and now I have actu`lly

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found I have got a singing voice and I don't sound like a strangled cat

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When I first came here and found out they sung different pop songs and it

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It is a fitting tribute to a teenager who loved singing

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Danielle Becan's future was tragically cut short

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Danielle was killed by a bullet that was fired from a car and ricocheted

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from the pavement as she walked through St Anne's with friends

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Ten years on, Danielle Becan has left

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Her memorial fund has raised ?150,000,

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money that has been doubled through match funding grants,

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The family recognise that the sort of projects that D`nielle

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loves are the sort of things that the fund has been able to ghve money

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to and that there are many projects out there which might not h`ve been

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going had the Danielle Becan Memorial Fund not

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Two of the grants went to the Spritzer Dance Company for shows

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They are one of several troops who are rdhearsing

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I really enjoy it because it helps me express myself

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There are loads of different types of dancing and I

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Just a way to let go, express all your feelings.

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The Memorial Fund has helped thousands of young people to perform

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in Nottinghamshire, from dancing to singing and acting, fulfillhng

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Jeremy Ball, BBC East Midlands Today, Nottingham.

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Two men who killed an Iraqi refugee have been found guilty of mtrder.

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Patryk Srutkowski and Pawel Bugajski carried out the attack

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in the Meadows area of Notthngham in January.

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They used a belt to strangld 56`year`old Hama Faraj Noorh.

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They're due to be sentenced tomorrow.

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The family of a former Notts County and England footballer who died

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from a brain condition causdd by repeatedly heading a ball, say

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The Justice for Jeff camp`ign has been calling for more research to be

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carried out into the condithon that killed Jeff Astle twelve ye`rs ago.

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Now, following a private conversation with the

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Chairman of the Football Association , Greg Dyke, the family say more

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Nearly 200,000 children in the East Midlands are living in families

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struggling with "problem debt" according to research out today

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The figures come from the Children's Society

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They reveal almost a hundred thousand families in the region are

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failing to keep up with household bills and loan repayments.

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The charities say debt puts stress on family relationshhps.

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It also causes children to suffer from worry and even bullying.

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Next tonight, archaeologists working on a "lost" medieval manor`house

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in Leicestershire have discovered buildings and artefacts at the site.

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The 12th century house in the village of Croxton Kdrrial

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had disappeared from maps by the 19th century, but now

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after two years of excavation, the ground is yielding new finds.

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This field in Leicestershird has been hiding a secret for more than

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800 years. Basically, the M`nor house itself was here. Beyond that,

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we had a massive barn, which was 26 metres long. We also had a xard

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here, again dating from arotnd the 12th century. We have got evidence

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of that and some wonderful pottery from that as well. A group of

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amateur archaeologists have been digging here since 2012 and have

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made some remarkable finds. This has come out of a well, four metres

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down. It is the job, and it has been down there for about 800 ye`rs at

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the bottom of the well, and when we dug it out we were the first people

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to see it for 800 years. We think it was lower down on a rope, and when

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it filled with water it broke with the weight of the water. Thd site

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would have been a massive complex between the 12th and the 14th

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centuries, with all the bendfits of medieval modern conveniences. The

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Lord would have had his private toilet here. Every now and `gain,

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some peasant would have had to come here and take it all out and spread

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it on the field and use it `s fertiliser. The fines are a Time

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Capsule of life between the 12th and 14th centuries. As the Digg moves

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into its final phase, it is hoped more of its secrets will be

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revealed. Leicester City are just fivd days

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away from their first match back Their promotion is estimated to

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be worth more than a hundred What lessons can Leicester learn

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about how to exploit the Foxes As Leicester City celebrated

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promotion, the city of Leicdster It brings visitors to our chty,

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it brings profile to our city, it brings investment to our city

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and it brings jobs to our chty, and all of those are very important as

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well as what happens on the field. But can a football club's promotion

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really benefit an entire city? Twelve month ago, Hull was hn

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Leicester's shoes, a city not only preparing to welcome some of the

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world's best footballers, btt also Last season, I would say thdre was

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double the amount of people and I would get the attitude, likd,

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we are going to come back, we are coming back for the weekend, not

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only for the football, they would It was also a chance to

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attract first`time visitors. The reception you often get is,

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it is not what we expected. There is certainly something for

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Leicester there, because Lehcester is not on the tourist route, and

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similarly it is quite undiscovered. Hull's Premier League campahgn

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put them on the map. Many believe it helped them to beat

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Leicester to the City of Culture. Here it seems confidence

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in a football team can lead to Anything that is good,

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it makes people feel good, ht make You hear a lot about more about Hull

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on the TV, and I think people recognise it, not just for football,

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but for other things as well. We certainly get anecdotal stories

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about visitors coming into the city nationally

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and internationally, and many of them are really, really impressed

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with what the city is like. It is really all linked to that

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first initial interest with The lesson from Hull is that top

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level football has to be a The Premier League will get people

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into the city, but only a friendly and vibrant

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welcome will get them to st`y. It is this challenge that Ldicester

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now faces. Tom Brown, BBC East Midlands Today,

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in Hull. In last night's Capital One Cup

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Derby were made to work hard by League Two Carlisle `

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but came away with the win. The game turned

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in one three minute spell. First a spectacular save by

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Derby's Lee Grant to turn Then Jeff Hendrick's second goal

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of the season to put the Rals Even so, Carlisle pushed Derby every

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inch of the way before this late, late goal from Chris Martin made

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sure of a place in the second round. Some news coming from Derby `

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young talent Mason Bennett hs going And tonight in the league ctp

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its the turn of Forest and Notts. They travel to Tranmere and

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Sheffield Wednesday respecthvely. In Cricket, news from Leicestershire

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that County Chief Executive Mike Siddall is stepping down

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at the end of the season. His "short term"

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appointment in twenty ten h`s ended On the field,

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Derbyshire were victorious in the Royal London Cup yesterday

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but today Notts Outlaws werd Jets batsmen Mark Stoneman `nd

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Ben Stokes doing the damage. Now, we have some very

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special guests with us. This is Mansfield's Paralympic

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swimmer Ollie Hynd and And, as you can see,

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Ollie comes with medals. Both European and Commonwealth Gold

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in the SM8 Individual Medlex plus another European Gold

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in the S8 four hundred freestyle. It has been quite a couple of weeks.

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Have you come down yet? Not really. I have not had a chance to take

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everything in, and it has bden really busy, and I have achheved

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everything that I wanted to, so I am definitely going to take sole time

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to reflect on it. We should talk about the Commonwealth Games first

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of all. You dominated your dvent for England, and we can take a look at

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it. How was the game is for you It was a fantastic experience. It was

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very reminiscent of London, in the way that the home crowd got behind

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us, and it was such a friendly atmosphere. Everything was really

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good and everything that we dreamt of as athletes. We can see ` touch

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of that atmosphere here. Elsewhere, parliament events were separated,

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but here everyone was in together. What was that like? It was ` bit

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different, but I quite enjoxed it, we're all made to feel just part of

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one team, Team England, so ht was really good. We have got medals

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here. So put the achievements into context. You have to look at the

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Commonwealth Games, firstly. He was looking to complete the full set of

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medals, because he is already Paralympic, world and Europdan

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champion, so to complete thd set, he is now in a very select band of

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athletes. There is only certain David Wilkie and Rebecca Adlington,

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who have held all four titlds at the same time, so it is a major

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achievement. Let us see him getting his Commonwealth medals. We usually

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ask the athlete how this molent felt. How did it feel for you as

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coach? I was in the stands, but it was fantastic. It was on a par with

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London, I would say. It was obviously different, but whdn he

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actually got his medal, we nearly fell out of the stand. Then when he

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came round for his medal at the end, it was quite an emotional thme, for

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myself and also for the main person here. Thank you for coming hn to

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join us. On the road to Rio next? Yes, definitely. That is thd

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long`term goal we're looking at We have got more championships next

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year, so that will give us ` last benchmark before going to Rho. We

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wish you all the best. Thank you for joining us. Fantastic. Well done.

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Now, two hidden murals uncovered by electricians re`wiring

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The wall paintings are by the 20th Century artist Evelyn Gibb

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St Martin's Church in Bilborough has now securdd more

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than 700 thousand pounds of Heritage Lottery funding to restore them

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Tucked away at the centre of the old Bilborough Village in Nottingham is

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Work is underway on what is being called the Hidden

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Treasures project, a plan for the public to see murals painted by the

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It was feared they had been destroyed by building work hn 1 72.

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Evelyn Gibbs was born in Liverpool and was trained at Liverpool School

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From there, she won a schol`rship to the Royal College of Art in London.

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In 1943, she set up the Midlands group of artists.

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She got together a group of artists, professionals, put on a big

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exhibition, and they began to make work in Nottingham in variots ways.

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A grant of more than ?740,000 from the Heritage Lottery Ftnd will

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restore much of the medieval church, as well as the Gibbs war pahntings.

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It will also fund three years of community and heritage

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Carol Hines, BBC East Midlands Today.

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We have got an automaton fudl to the weather at the moment. We are still

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under the influence of this rather brisk westerly wind, but we have an

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improvement over the next 24 hours. The low`pressure zone will be

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pushing its way northwards, so lighter winds through tomorrow, and

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the winds shifting to a north westerly direction, so we whll be

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more sheltered in terms of showers and feeling a little bit better as

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well. We have had some showdrs within through quite quicklx, some

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heavy ones through the afternoon, as well, but some sunshine in between

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as well. Most of them will be fading away tonight, one to creeping back

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in, but generally dry with one hour to spells. Temperatures in double

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figures. A live`in Celsius `re 2 Celsius. Tomorrow morning, we will

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start with one or two showers. There will be some breaks in the cloud,

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Susan sunshine through the lorning. The showers will become fewdr and

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further between as the afternoon wears on, so much more in the way of

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sunshine, and a few do get ` shower, it will be lighter as well. It will

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start to feel warmer as well. 1 Celsius, 19 Celsius. And thdre is

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the showers will return, and feeling a little bit cooler as well, but

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things settling down towards the end of the week. A little bit of high

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pressure that will eventually kill off the showers. The end is in

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sight. MUSIC: "It Don't Mean A Thing"

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by Duke Ellington celebrating the music of Count Basie

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and Duke Ellington. We've got factory boys and butchers'

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apprentices and office clerks Don't stop moving!

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If you go back you'll die! Espionage. Who would possibly

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assassinate him? Deception. There's so much more

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to this story than I thought. And even murder.

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With a knife! Real shock. Unravelling the mysteries

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of their family tree. A baker?!

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Well, I'm damned.

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